Scheduled Monument


Allen Smelt Mill Chimneys
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Allen Smelt Mill Chimneys
Blyth Battery
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Blyth Battery
- Overview Map Street View Blyth Battery is a Military and Local Heritage museum which is free to visit. The artillery battery was originally built in 1916 to defend the port ...
Slate Hill Settlement Earthworks, Bolam, Northumberland
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Slate Hill Settlement Earthworks, Bolam, Northumberland
- Overview Map Remains of a defended Iron Age settlement around the top of Slate Hill, just north of Bolam Lake in Northumberland. The ruins are a Sheduled Monument.
The Hurl Stone
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The Hurl Stone
- Overview Map Tthe Hurl Stone is a Medieval standing cross located near Newtown and Lilburn Tower in Northumberland. The stone is a Scheduled Monument.
Wooler Tower (remains)
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Wooler Tower (remains)
- Overview Map Street View There was a fortified stone tower, built in the early 16th century, on Tower Hill in Wooler. Only 3 large blocks of masonary survive, one near ...
Kettles Hillfort, near Wooler
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Kettles Hillfort, near Wooler
- The Kettles is the earwork remains of an Iron Age and Roman hill fort and settlement near Earle and Wooler in Northumberland.[1] The fort occupies a natural ridge protected on ...
Heugh Battery
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Heugh Battery
- Overview About Heugh Battery Map Street View The Heugh Gun Battery was built on the Headland in 1860 to protect the fast growing port of Hartlepool. The Battery guns were ...
Hillfort, Yeavering Bell
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Hillfort, Yeavering Bell
- The remains of an Iron Age Hillfort are located on Yeavering Bell, a hill near Yeavering and Kirknewton in Northumberland. It was one of the largest known Iron Age hillforts in ...
Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne
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Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne
- Overview Map Street View The lime kilns at Castle Point on Lindisfarne are amongst the largest and best preserved lime kilns in Northumberland. They have a complex layout compared to ...
Lime Kilns, Marsden
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Lime Kilns, Marsden
- Overview Map Street View Marsden Lime Kilns are located off the Coast Road near Marsden Quarry in South Shields. The massive battery of 15 lime kilns were built in the ...
Engine House, Ridsdale Iron Works
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Engine House, Ridsdale Iron Works
- Overview Map Street View The remains of Ridsdale Iron Works are to the north of Ridsdale in Northumberland. Established in 1836, the works consisted of 3 furnaces, an engine house, coke ...
Westgate Castle, County Durham
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Westgate Castle, County Durham
Site of medieval village, North Charlton
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Site of medieval village, North Charlton
Medieval Cross, North Charlton
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Medieval Cross, North Charlton
Five Kings, near Holystone
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Five Kings, near Holystone
Pillbox, near Mitford Castle
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Pillbox, near Mitford Castle
- This Second World War pillbox is located near Mitford Castle, 718m south-west of Mitford Bridge. It was built by the Northern Command as part of the River Wansbeck Stop Line ...
Pillbox, Adders Haugh, Mitford
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Pillbox, Adders Haugh, Mitford
- This Second World War pillbox is located on Adders Haugh, 301m south of Mitford Bridge. It was built by the Northern Command as part of the River Wansbeck Stop Line ...
Pillbox near Spittal Hill Farm, Mitford
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Pillbox near Spittal Hill Farm, Mitford
- This Second World War pillbox is located near Spittal Hill Farm, 320m north-west of Mitford Bridge. It was built by the Northern Command as part of the River Wansbeck Stop ...
Huntcliff Ironstone Mine, nr Brotton
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Huntcliff Ironstone Mine, nr Brotton
- Overview Map Street View Inside Huntcliffe Mine, near the cliffs about 1 mile north-east of Brotton, was opened by Bell Bros., Ltd.in 1871 (nearby Cliff Mines had been opened by ...
Castlerigg Stone Circle
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Castlerigg Stone Circle
- Overview About Castlerigg Stone Circle Map Street View Castlerigg Stone Circle, located just over a mile east of Keswick, is one of the earliest stone circles in the UK, thought ...
Swinside Stone Circle
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Swinside Stone Circle
- Overview About Swinside Stone Circle Map Street View Swinside Stone Circle (also known as Sunkenkirk Stone Circle) is a stone circle from either the Neolithic or Bronze Age date, located ...
Long Meg and Her Daughters (stone circle)
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Long Meg and Her Daughters (stone circle)
- Overview About Long Meg and Her Daughters Map Street View Long Meg and Her Daughters is a stone circle in Cumbria, located about half a mile north-east of the village ...
Prebends Bridge, Durham
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Prebends Bridge, Durham
- Overview About Prebends Bridge Map Street View Prebends Bridge over the River Wear at Durham was built for the Dean and Chapter of Durham to provide access to Durham Cathedral ...
Kirkoswald Castle
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Kirkoswald Castle
- Overview About Kirkoswald Castle Map Street View The ruins of Kirkoswald Castle are located to the south-east of Kirkoswald in Cumbria. A licence to crenellate (fortify) an existing building was granted ...
Arbeia - Roman Fort
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Arbeia - Roman Fort
- Overview About Arbeia Map Street View The fort stood on the Lawe Top in South Shields, overlooking the River Tyne. It was built around 120 AD, guarded the main sea ...
Sherburnhouse Bridge
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Sherburnhouse Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The old Sherburnhouse Bridge, located to the north-west of the hamlet of Sherburn House in County Durham, dates from 1335, with the upper part of the ...
The Cockpit Stone Circle, near Pooley Bridge
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The Cockpit Stone Circle, near Pooley Bridge
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Fallowlees Bastle
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Fallowlees Bastle
Iron Age Hillfort, Spindlestone Heughs
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Iron Age Hillfort, Spindlestone Heughs
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Myers Head Lead Mine
- The remains of Myers Head Lead Mine are located by the confluence of Pasture Beck and Hayeswater Gill, south-east of Hartsop in the Eden district of Cumbria.

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